Massachusetts mortgage company founder jailed for defrauding Ginnie Mae out of $2.5 million Massachusetts mortgage company founder jailed for defrauding Ginnie Mae out of $2.5 million Posted by: Linked To Author in News 10 days ago 0 3 Views The founder and president of a defunct Massachusetts mortgage company will spend nearly three years in prison after admitting to defrauding Ginnie Mae out of approximately $ 2.5 million.
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Bank of America and the Department of Justice are near a 16 to 17 billion dollar settlement, the largest agreement between the government and a single company.
There’s a tax break for struggling homeowners that Congress shouldn’t have let expire just before the new year. If not extended, some people selling their homes could get big tax bills. number of.
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Bank of America to pay .65 billion in Historic Justice Department Settlement for Financial Fraud Leading up to and During the Financial Crisis. "This historic resolution – the largest such settlement on record – goes far beyond ‘the cost of doing business,’" said Attorney General Holder.
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